Definition of Mysia in English:

Mysia

Syllabification: My·sia
Pronunciation: /ˈmiSHēə
 
/
An ancient region in northwestern Asia Minor, on the Mediterranean coast south of the Sea of Marmara.

Derivatives

Mysian

adjective & noun
More example sentences
  • From the country of the Mysians and the neighbouring countries the Romans formed the province of Mysia.
  • But his valiant son, anxious to help the Mysians, convinced his father to allow him to go.
  • So far we have restricted our discussion to the Mysian material.

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